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EE 333 Power Systems Engineering Spring, 2016 Instructor: Lei Wu Office: CAMP 147 Phone: 315-268-3914 E-mail: lwu@clarkson.edu Office hours: Tu/Th 9-11am or by appointment. Exams: in class, open book, open notes, calculator required Course meeting time: TuTh 2:30pm-3:45pm CAMP 178 Textbook: J.D. Glover, M.S. Sarma, and T. Overbye, Power System Analysis and Design, Fourth/Fifth Edition, Cengage Learning, 2008. Reference: A.R. Bergen and V. Vittal, Power System Analysis, Second Edition, Prentice Hall, 1999. Course website: http://people.clarkson.edu/~lwu/ee333/ Objectives: After completing this course, the students will be able to do the following: Gain an understanding of the power system, future trends, and needs. Establish an understanding of real and reactive power flow, power factor correction on a per phase basis with extension of concepts to three phase circuits Model transformers and transmission lines at an appropriate level to permit calculations under various load conditions Introduce students to the study of load flow and gain an understanding of iterative solution techniques leading to the use of computer simulation methods Understand the sequence component technique and perform it for system fault analysis. Grading: Homework: Midterm Exam: Final Exam: Class attendance Extra Points: Identify errors and suggest corrections Suggest improvements Design problems 25% 30% 35% 10% Course Schedule and Topical Outline: The objective of this course is to provide a solid understanding of power system modeling and analysis. The schedules are subject to changes. Introduction to Power Systems Fundamentals Transformers Transmission Line Parameters Power systems development and trend Phasors, real and reactive power, network equations, three-phase Ideal & practical transformer, equivalent circuit, per unit system connections Resistance, inductance and capacitance, conductor bundling, electric field Transmission Lines: Steady-State Short, medium, and long line models, Operation reactive compensation Chapter 1 2 hours Chapter 2 6 hours Chapter 3 6 hours Chapter 4 3 hours Chapter 5 3 hours Chapter 6 7 hours Chapter 8 3 hours Chapter 9 5 hours Midterm Exam Power Flows Symmetrical Component Unsymmetrical Faults Various methods for power flow study, computer simulation method Derivation and use of symmetrical components for system modeling Unsymmetrical fault current calculations Final Exam Attendance requirements: A student is expected to attend class. If you find you must miss a class due to a legitimate conflict, you should contact the instructor prior to the class. In this case, you are responsible for learning the material presented in that class and completing homework assignments and the project on time. Any exceptions/permission for lateness must receive prior approval of the instructor. Homework: Homework is due before the class on the due date. Late homework will be penalized by 25% when handed within 24 hours of the due date, and by 50% when handed in before the beginning of the next class. Homework will not be accepted after this point. Discussion among students is allowed. However, copying from each other is not allowed. For homework submission, staple all the pages and write your name and student ID on the first page. Exams: All exams will be open book, open notes, and will require a calculator. There are no A or B exemptions for this course. Students are expected to attend all exams. If you find you must miss an exam due to a legitimate conflict, a make-up will be given only under the following conditions: The student has informed the instructor of the absence at least 24 hours in advance of missing the exam. The student misses the exam due to some situation beyond the student’s control (such as a serious illness, the family emergency, etc.) which is unexpected, unavoidable, and documented. The reason for each absence of this sort will be judged case by case by the instructor and, if it is deemed valid under the above description, a make-up exam will be given.